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Al Jazeera America
Apr 15, 2014 2:30am EDT
quote al jazeera america. >> the new space race is here >> there are people right now who will walk on mars >> it could be a big payday for corporations >> the same companies will be controlling your life in space. >> who will conquer the cosmos? >> these men believe the universe is theirs for the taking >> fault lines... al jazeera america's hard hitting... >> they're locking the doors... >> ground breaking... >> we have to get out of here... >> truth seeking... >> breakthrough investigative documentary series space inc. only on al jazeera america >> moldovan recruiters typically sell them first to local brothels, where they are first forced into sex slavery - then trafficked abroad. we sent anther undercover journalist into two of these clubs to uncover the next stage in the trail. >> posing as the owner of a
Bloomberg
Apr 7, 2014 6:00am EDT
quote that the u.s. democracy is the gift of america to the world, which admittedly comes from england, admittedly. that is a big deal. >> number one. president obama, as you know
Al Jazeera America
Apr 1, 2014 4:00am EDT
quote that this person can finally - his family can finely have some peace. >> dangerous work. but so needed. >> "america tonight"'s michael oku. thank you. >> after the black on "america tonight", general motors mass safety recall heads to the hill. a grieving mother said the auto consider this: the news of the day plus so much more. >> we begin with the government shutdown. >> answers to the questions no one else will ask. >> it seems like they can't agree to anything in washington no matter what. >> antonio mora, award winning and hard hitting. >> we've heard you talk about the history of suicide in your family. >> there's no status quo, just the bottom line. >> but, what about buying shares in a professional athlete? real perspective, consider this
FOX News
Apr 28, 2014 9:00am PDT
quote by one, just one, very lucky guy. we'll hash out the day's top news and hot stories america is talking about with a little twist. >> with us today, jeda and kimberly. >> our hashtag one lucky guy today, a good enough sport to join us on day one, tucker. finally the big reveal. >> we've been keeping you a secret. >> i'll take that as a
Al Jazeera America
Apr 27, 2014 6:00pm EDT
quote it again. andy rosgen, al jazeera, madsen, wisconsin. >> this weekend on al jazeera america, we continue our critically acclaimed original series "borderland" falling it migrants fleeing central america including a more traveling with her 9-year-old daughter. here is a preview. >> as rumors spread that the base will leave in the morning, my grant did scrambled to claim
CSPAN
Apr 20, 2014 4:12pm EDT
and day for america and the families of martin and link to and crystal an officer is i know from some experience this is a bittersweet moment for all of you. gone throughave your own sorrows and know that this celebration that pays tribute, it brings every memory .ack in such sharp relief in a sense, you would almost rather not have it happen. you in thetalk to back of the auditorium, thank you for your courage. solaceyou take some again from the out pouring of love and affection and all the people of this great city in the country. but it is still difficult. memorial, noo and fully provide the solace your heart and souls yearn to acquire. i hope as you breathe a little bit, it takes incredible courage for you to be here. you are an inspiration without knowing it to people all across this country who suffered tragedies and are going through tragedy. they see you, they hear you, and they -- it gives them hope that can overcome what they are facing right now. it is one thing you vastly underestimate about what you are doing for summary people in dealing with your own grief and courage.
MSNBC
Apr 15, 2014 3:00am PDT
quote the controversy over supporting somebody who is believed as a treasonist. a traitor to america. the counterargument made by the board is that they are doing the best journalism around. they are not part of snowden's story. they are reporting snowden's story. that's why they've been given this. they came across and were given access to this incredible story. whatever you think of snowden, i think we would recognize that we would not be having the debate about nsa surveillance in the past year had it not been for the reporting on snowden's story. >> okay. and obviously had an extraordinary impact.
Al Jazeera America
Apr 1, 2014 4:00am EDT
quote materials. recovery workers are taking precautions against chemical explosion and toxic slug. "america tonight" spent time with a volunteer recovery worker who says despite the danger he victims.
Comedy Central
Apr 4, 2014 6:59pm PDT
quote the point is everyone in america should celebrate this ruling. here not to celebrate this ruling is legal affairs editor for "slate," emily bazelon. emily, thanks so much for coming back to see us. ( applause ) isn't this wonderful news for oppressed minorities in the united states? >> like rich people. >> stephen: yes. the 1%. there's no minority smaller, and we are the ones who had our voices stifled by these campaign donation limitations. >> no, i don't think rich people are the ones who have had their voices stifled. we have plenty of influence of rich people in politics. >> stephen: not as much add wakd. that is what john roberts is saying, while we have influence not as much as we coltd possibly have. >> right, but for you, the rich people, to have all the influence you could possibly have, are you going to leave rest of us with no influence
ABC
Apr 23, 2014 5:30pm PDT
quote of guns in america. georgia has opened a new front of the debate. the governor signed a bill nicknamed the guns everywhere bill. churches, bars, schools. steve osunsami breaks down what this law means. >> reporter: critics are calling it the guns everywhere law. depending how you see it, it's either one of the most frightening or most progressive gun laws in the country. >> long overdue. >> starting july 1st people in georgia can bring firearms into bars, libraries, churches and even some government buildings. people convicted of certain misdemeanors can get gun permits and police cannot stop someone because they suspect they're carrying an unlicensed gun. the law gives businesses the right to say no with a sign or notice banning guns. georgia's governor signed the
quote : america in afghanistan, 2001-2014". it's the story of the war. i reported that for over 10 years from afghanistan. also in pakistan. i wanted to write a book for two
Al Jazeera America
Apr 22, 2014 3:30am EDT
.com. jazeera america. >> both its biggest fans and owe knowns said nafta would bring big changes. now who is right about nafta, that's next on "inside story" ." >> hello, i'm ray suarez. nafta looked at trade between the u.s. canada and mexico an said mor more or less let's getd of the barriers, the technica technicalities and barriers. nafta negotiated under president george h.w. bush, ratified by president clinton, how has the north america trade worked? we will look at in fact from the american point of view, and we talk less, it seems, from a worker in quÉbec, a grocery shopper in tolucca and edmonton. we'll look at that today. we'll begin with a look back at what is in the law and the memories of the chief negotiators. >>> the mammoth nafta treaty when the united states, canada and mexico opened a market when globalization was in its infancy. now today trade of $17 billion annually. out of all of the trait, the three countrie--afterall the tre companies do in the world, those against it say the treaty hurts jobs. i sat down with karla hills with her thoughts on the treaty she helped
Al Jazeera America
Apr 13, 2014 2:00am EDT
. >> talk to al jazeera. >> only on al jazeera america. >> oh my! >> as us forces prepare to pull out of afghanistan after twelve long years, al jazeera's fault lines travelled there. >> the taliban fighters, they're running towards the base now. they're trying to raid the base. >> over several days, we gained extraordinary access to a group of self-proclaimed taliban fighters. >> and the mortars are landing in the areas where we are. >> it was an insight, in part at least, into what the war in afghanistan looks like - from the other side. >> the fighter jet is still in the air circling looking for a target. >> kabul, afghanistan afghan president hamid karzai is currently refusing to sign a treaty that would leave a small nato force in the country. if nothing changes, all foreign soldiers will leave by the end of this year. in secret, karzai has been negotiating with the taliban, in order to avoid a full-blown civil war. since 2005, the taliban has clawed back territory. they now dominate large parts of the country. >> but approximately only one hour's drive from here, right over behi
Al Jazeera America
Apr 19, 2014 2:00am EDT
the technology changing our world. only on al jazeera america is into america. it requires an investment of 500,000 in a business the government hopes will create jobs. and while it's growing in popularity, the program has its critics. in 2010, rather than and entrepreneur jayz joined his partners to why start their development barclay center. eb 5 investment program. >> eb 5 allows folks from all around the world to come and participate in one of the most exciting developments around the country. >> promotional videos like these helped fuel the program. wealthyy foreign nationals can fast track getting a two year visa in exchange for investing in credit projects. hiss ore her cal create at least, are granted about 95% of the time. >> foreign nationals are interested in the eb 5 program for a number of reasons. the chinese for example are very concerned about government instability, political upheavals and of course, education. education is paper nown paramou. >> the u.s. citizens immigration service issued just 2,000 eb 5 vias in 1967. that skyrocketed. with 76 going to chinese investors. the
Al Jazeera America
Apr 10, 2014 12:00am EDT
will not be affected. "america tonight" with joie chen is coming up next. and the late newest onlion at aljazeera.com. >> a 16-year-old suspect, a bloody rampage. this time the attacker's armed with knives. >>> also seeds of doubt, is it a rare childhood illness or signs of something more disturbing? >> parents actually indues illness, they inject them with things, suffocate and actually harm their child. >> accused of hurting my child, it was like a punch in the gut. it was unfathomable. >> small talk but a big dream. in our special series, driven, from the courts to the street of new york. the lawyer turned taxi driver on the long road to a new life. good evening, thanks for being with us, i'm joie chen. once again, parents facing urban terror, outside of pittsburgh, the assailant police tell us once again another student. in a few moment of blinding rage, he was armed with two knives. the attack happened at franklin regional high school at suburban murrysville, pennsylvania, the 16-year-old male student stabbed six student and securities guards. >> the first warning came from a fellow student
Al Jazeera America
Apr 25, 2014 3:00pm EDT
're watching, al jazeera america presents: killing the messenger. >> i'm joie chen, i'm the host of america tonight, we're revolutionary because we're going back to doing best of storytelling. we have an ouportunity to really reach out and really talk to voices that we haven't heard before... i think al jazeera america is a watershed moment for american journalism >> on the next talk to al jazeera >> oscar winner sean penn shares his views on privacy rights, press freedom and his controversial relationship with hugo chavez >> talk to al jazeera only on al jazeera america >> you're watching, al jazeera america presents: killing the messenger. >> in the case of iraq, we've seen more of our colleagues locally killed. they live there. the front line, if you'd like, is- is outside their front door. >> in recent and ongoing conflicts like iraq and afghanistan, the- the highest death toll, if you'd like is indigenous journalists, particularly in the case of iraq. we've lost colleagues who were local journalists, filming alongside or close to insurgents. >> on the battlefield, in the heat of the mo
Al Jazeera America
Apr 1, 2014 11:30am EDT
. we want to thank each and every one of you for watching al jazeera america. i'm del walters in new york. "inside story" is next. check us out 24 hours a day at aljazeera.com. >> both its biggest fans and strongest opponents said that nafta was going to bring the america, mexican and canadian dismiss. now who was right about nafta? that's the "inside story." >> hello, i'm ray suarez. three big countries. three big economies, including the world's largest, nafta said let's mor more or less let's ged of the barriers, tariffs that complicate trade between america's three traders. nafta just passed it's 10th birthday, how has the creation of the north amercian trade zone worked not only for americans but for mexicans and canadians as well? we in the united states tend to look at nafta from a specifically american point of view. what did it do to employment, investment, manufacturing. we look less at quÉbec, an grocery shopper in teluca or edmonton, do they make more or less with this trade law? we'll look at this today. we'll look at the memories of the u.s. chief negotiator. the mammo
Al Jazeera America
Apr 4, 2014 5:30pm EDT
of the people in america agree on. >> how will it work at this convention where you go to your members and say okay here is my plan for saving these unions, here's what i'm going to do in terms of reaching out. what's the message? >> that's not how we did it. we did it completely different than that. in the past we would have committee meetings three days before a convention, and then go to a convention, have a bunch of speeches and a bunch of resolutions and the convention would end and quite frankly nothing would change. we started six months ago. we brought people together. all of our friends, our partners, our allies from the community we brought in rank and file workers, we brought in students, we brought in academics, we brought in all the best thinkers that we could. and we said let's sit and talk about what we need to become, in order to meet the needs of working america today. what we have to do. and we jointly developed that plan. and what we'll do at this convention is, we'll take the plan that was jointly dwol developed by all of us dps developed by all of us and we'll mobilize so
Al Jazeera America
Apr 25, 2014 12:00am EDT
it was intended to cement ties. >>> they are the headlines. i'm richelle carey, "america tonight" with joie chen is up next. check out the website aljazeera.com. only america tonight, threats and more threats. the crisis in ukraine, was again this time the evidence of a russian roll getting a direct slap from the american president. we have seen them abide not by the city of the agreement. >> albuquerque again, days after a scathing report, officers for using excessive force another suspect is shot down killed by the police. they are frying to circle the wagons and save face, and the reality is they have been part of the problem all along.m all al. >> and snuffed out, how the campaign to stop promoting cigarettes to kids the e cigarette, and why it sparked a new effort to put out the fire. and good evening thank you for being with us. an escalating war of words as u.s. leaders sharper complaints against moscow over the cry israeli. tensions are growing as the government cracks down on pro russian forces in eastern ukraine. and the russian president threatens push back, certainly
Al Jazeera America
Apr 12, 2014 12:00am EDT
, up next, fault lines, taliban country. check out the headlines at are aljazeera.com. america tonight will be seen in one half hour immediately following this special report from fault lines. >> just an hours drive from kabul, is charkh district, afghanistan. as the us and nato prepares to pull out most of their forces later this year, i travelled here to try to see what life is like in areas of afghanistan under the rule of the taliban. after days of negotiations, through intermediaries - i was told i would be allowed in, with a camera. >> i'm actually quite nervous and the reason is that five years ago when i tried to embed with a group of insurgents in helmand i was kidnapped and i was held for a week. i was lucky and managed to escape from them but still i don't hope that i will end up in the same situation. >> this sort of access is incredibly rare... its also risky - this is taliban country. >> charkh is a cluster of dusty settlements surrounding a small, central town. the taliban of charkh were burying their dead. >> one of the two taliban fighters killed in an attack on a loca
ABC
Apr 16, 2014 1:42am PDT
quote . this is your next question. in 2013, miss kansas became the first miss america contestant to show her what onstage? >> i was a big fan of miss kansas from the military. it's tattoo, "c," and i'm pretty sure that's my final answer. >> joe, you're right, sir. >> whoo. >> it was the tattoos. >> all right. >> knew that. i'm glad it wasn't leg hair. i did not want to see that. all right. you got the right answer. what's the money look like? $1,000 more dollars. >> all right. >> got $8,000 in the bank right now. here we go. let's play on. >> yeah. >> down to business. >> let's get down to business. >> though he gained fame from rapping, 50 cent has reportedly
CSPAN
Apr 5, 2014 6:17pm EDT
agreement, they admitted that they had wandered as much as $850 million from south america drug cartels. not only did they commit minor financial infractions, technical infractions, we are talking about an organization that was operating at the top of the illegal narcotics pyramid. this was a major criminal enterprise. they admitted it. if they did not find the evidence to put those people in jail, that is on them. that is a failure of the regulatory system. if you have someone who you know is guilty and they have admitted that they are guilty, and they are in league with the present violent people and helping them with the worst kind of behavior a being can be involved with, and no wonder the day jail, that is outrageous. it is more outrageous when you look at it in comparison with who go to jail in america. at the veryle bottom of the illegal drug pyramid. the consumers, people who are caught in possession of drugs. they are the people who go to jail and they go to jail for real-time. five years, 10 years. at the same time we are letting hf bc off -- hsbc off. divide" explores injusti
Al Jazeera America
Apr 20, 2014 10:00pm EDT
on "america tonight," the weekend edition, strangers in their homeland. >> kind of get nervous when i pass a police officer because i am hispanic, and they look at me. they see i am a hispanic >> they have proof of their rights to be in the u.s. so why have these men and thousands more been repeatedly deported? also, tonight, the most corrupt city in america, cash disappears, records disappeared along with a city car. >> you believe that, i am swamp land in arizona >> the city's would-be reformer is in jail if you have driven through central florida you may have stopped a legendary speed trap. the place so bad, the state threatens to wipe it off of the map >> you can't make that up >> the best place for the worst to happen. how boston survived the attack on its beloved marathon. what that i had the difference in those first critical hours and in every day since. >> the tragedy has brought the it made boston a smaller city than it was before. >> one year later, tracking the steps that made boston strong. good evening. thanks for joining us. i am joey chin. at the whitehouse, the obam
Al Jazeera America
Apr 3, 2014 5:30am EDT
of treasures like these. >> they come to america from all over the world seeking a better life. we will look at a controversial program. >>> and how an undocumented immigrant could be your boss and it's all perfectly legal. did you say put up a fence and deport them all? but get ready to pay more for your family at the grocery store. i'll explain why. i'm ali velshi in phoenix. and this is "real money." >> this is "real money." you are the most important part of the show. join our live conversation for the next half houral @ali velshi on twitter. i'm here in phoenix, the e epicenter of the immigration debate in the country. states like energy, new jersey, california has even larger immigrant population. mexicans are the biggest community of immigrants in the united states by a long shot making up close to one-third of the total foreign-born population in this country. as you can see there is a huge gap between mexico and the rest of the pack. america's foreign born population reached 40 million people in 2011. 11 million are believed to be undocumented. the debate over u.s. immigration refor
Al Jazeera America
Apr 3, 2014 1:30pm EDT
expected across the southeast, stephanie. >> you are watching al jazeera america, i'm stephanie sigh, talks to al jazeera featuring simon shama is next, thank you for watching. for news updates head to our website aljazeera.com. blatch >> richard trumka president of the afl coy, representing 12,000 workers, a long time low. trumka says the workers need a better deal. >> we've given with our wages, we've given with our jobs, we've given with our homes. >> you can't look and say it's the president's fault. he's tried. now would i have done some things different? you bet i would. >> fighting for more jobs. a better deal on obamacare. >> it's a national disgrace. >> from washington, d.c, richard trumka joins us on talk al jazeera. >> thank you. >> this is the lowest level in 100 years. you come from a mining family. decades spent in unions. did you ever think it would get to this point? >> no, i never did because i know the need for union and i know how workers need union. i never thought it would get to this. but i never also thought that there would be the concerted attack that we
Al Jazeera America
Apr 2, 2014 4:00am EDT
>> >> good morning and welcome to al jazeera america. i'm thomas drayton r let's get you ought up on the top stories this hour. >> an 8.2 magnitude earthquake hit off the chest of chile. tsunami warns were issued. throughout the north landslides are blocking some roads. >> it didn't meat the expects for g.m. is that what you would consider acceptable. >> as we know today, it's not. >> general motors c.e.o., mary barra, tells a house committee that the house will find out why it took 10 years to recall cars with faulty parts that have been linked to 13 deaths. >> it has been 12 days since the washington state mudslide devastated a county north of seattle. receding floodwaters are helping in the search. the death toll is up to 28, with 20 others missing. >> hundreds of worshippers gathered for mass at the border. roman catholic bishops pushing for reform, and preying for those trying to across the border. >> republicans and democrats unable to reach agreement. >> those are the headlines, i'm thomas drayton, news at the top of every hour and on general motor accused of hiding a serio
Al Jazeera America
Apr 12, 2014 2:30am EDT
. >> which side of the fence are you on? borderland only on al jazeera america >> as us forces prepare to pull out of afghanistan after twelve long years, al jazeera's fault lines travelled there. >> the taliban fighters, they're running towards the base now. they're trying to raid the base. >> over several days, we gained extraordinary access to a group of self-proclaimed taliban fighters. >> and the mortars are landing in the areas where we are. >> it was an insight, in part at least, into what the war in afghanistan looks like - from the other side. >> the fighter jet is still in the air circling looking for a target. >> kabul, afghanistan afghan president hamid karzai is currently refusing to sign a treaty that would leave a small nato force in the country. if nothing changes, all foreign soldiers will leave by the end of this year. in secret, karzai has been negotiating with the taliban, in order to avoid a full-blown civil war. since 2005, the taliban has clawed back territory. they now dominate large parts of the country. >> but approximately only one hour's drive from here, rig
Al Jazeera America
Apr 30, 2014 1:30pm EDT
many major achievements, it's nasa's failures that have grabbed america's attention. >> engines throttling up. three engines now at 104 percent. challenger, go at throttle up. "roger go at throttle up." >> both challenger and columbia suggested the management system and safety culture at nasa was flawed. "flight controllers here looking very carefully at the situation. obviously a major malfunction." >> after columbia it meant that we really needed to think about moving on. >> nasa retired the space shuttle in 2011 - the program deemed too expensive. it also meant that us government could no longer consider itself a gatekeeper to space travel. >> we are now in a very uncomfortable position of relying on the russians to fly our people to the space station. >> the writing was on the wall. in 2001, dennis tito - a wealthy us businessman - went against nasa's wishes and paid $20 million dollars to hitch a ride on a russian rocket to the international space station. tito's launch was a shot heard round the world by entrepreneurs with deep pockets and cosmic ambitions. suddenly acces
Al Jazeera America
Apr 27, 2014 1:00pm EDT
[ music ] >>> good afternoon. welcome to al jazeera america. i am morgan radford. here are today's top stories. two popes become saints as the catholic church makes history in saint peter's square. >>> european observers captured in ukraine are seen for the first time. one has been freed. >>> south africa marking freedom day celebrations marking 20 years. >>> today is a historic day all across the globe. two popes were elevated to sainthood. saint peter's square was filled with followers who witnessed that event while millions watched from all over the globe. pope francis led the sceremony for john paul ii xx iii. nick explain to us what is so significant about these two men being can onized on the very same day? >> reporter: this was a day of first, where pope francis delivered a message of unity and also of striving for improvement, both for every catholic in the world and, also, for the church, itself. in front of a million faithful, an ancient ceremony became one of the catholic church's most modern moments. never before has the church sainted two popes at once. never before
Al Jazeera America
Apr 7, 2014 2:30am EDT
to be the godmother. >> that's it for al jazeera america. and the latest headlines, remember, on aljazeera.com. >> hello, you're at the listening . this week, presidential elections are less than two months away in egypt. are the media equipped or in the mood to cover the story? journalists shot at in pakistan, released by kidnapper is syria and warned by the prime minister in turkey. 24 hour news on t.v., all that air time, but so little to say. >> plenty more, none of it news. >> beat and a little humor and you've got rap news. ♪ >> mainstream t.v. >> that's our web video of the week. >> when doing a story about the state of the news media in egypt in 2014, it is difficult to know where to start. this past week on the day field marshall officially left his army post to run in presidential elections next month or we could begin with the state air channel airing a story about another candidate, deemed by other voices in the egyptian media to be sandallous. four from this network terrorists word used to describe them for reporting. there's the louding of field marshall assisi as the natio
Al Jazeera America
Apr 10, 2014 1:30pm EDT
't certain then. still . . . the story of america is a story of progress. however slow, however incomplete, however harshly challenged at each point on our journey, however flawed our lead leaders, however many times we have to take a quarter of a loaf or half a loaf, the story of america is the story of progress. and that's true because of men like president lyndon banes johnson. [ applause ] >> in so many ways he embodied america, with all of our gifts and all of our flaws, in all of our restlessness, and all of our big dreams. this man, born in to poverty, weaned in a world full of racial hatred, somehow found within himself the ability to connect his experience with the brown child in a small texas town. the white child in appalachia, the black child in watts. as powerful as he became in that oval office, he understood them. he understood what it meant to be on the outside. and he believed that their plight was his plight too. that his freedom ultimately was wrapped up in theirs. and that making their lives better was what the hell the presidency was for. [ applause ] >> and those chil
Al Jazeera America
Apr 25, 2014 5:00am EDT
lives... >> dirty power an america tonight special series only on al jazeera america >> smoke them if you have got them, because america is about to crack down on these. also speaking of rules, regulators and the rise of the machine, my week-long look at high frequency trading, tonight a look at who is protecting the humans. and cows, chickens, eggs, and the price you are paying for meat at the grocery store. all of that coming up, i'm ali money." ♪ >>> this is "real money," you are the most important part of the show, so tell me what is on your mind by tweeting or on facebook.com. where there is smoke or in this case vapor, there must be oversight. the fda is putting one of this -- this is an electronic cigarette. i thought it was a pen -- put these under the same regulatory scrutiny as cigarettes. for those of you unaware of the ecigarette craze, we're talking about plastic or metal tubes like this that look a lot like normal cigarettes. only ecigarettes have little batteries inside that heat up scented liquid that are in cartridges inside that you simply hail. it doesn't have
Al Jazeera America
Apr 7, 2014 1:00am EDT
of "america tonight", i'm adam may in for joie chen. >> edward snowden revealed surveillance conducted by the national security agency. it turns out the government is not the only ones collecting your data. upregulated corporations have been compiling dossiers on all of us for years. information is bought and sold by data brokers. it's a multibillion industry. our correspondent explores of the lucrative ways in which your vote is out. >> where you shop, what you buy, how old your children are or whether you may drink too much - you would think that is all private information but you would be wrong. these personal details are being collected, categorised and bought and sold every day by data brokers. . >> the biggest business is gathering data. >> brian reports for his blog problems-onsecurity.com. he says when it comes to data, brokers hold the keys. >> they know what i buy, whether it's underwear, shoes, cars, houses. they know in some cases more about me than some of my friends and relatives. they know more about you than you know about you. >> adversaries everywhere diet date >> at
Al Jazeera America
Apr 5, 2014 3:30am EDT
actually failing america? >> education is the biggest investment we make in our futures. >> but what are we really teaching our kids? >> i think it's a catastrophe that so many school disticts have cut arts programs back... >> could his reforms lead to happier, more fufilled lives. >> schools need to encourage the development of imagination... >> sir ken robinson talk to al jazeera only on al jazeera america >> weekday mornings on al jazeera america >> we do have breaking news this morning... >> start your day with in depth coverage from around the world. first hand reporting from across the country and real news keeping you up to date. starting at 6, the big stories of the day, from around the world... >> these people need help, this is were the worst of the attack took place... >> and throughout the morning, get a global perspective on the news... >> the life of doha... >> this is the international news hour... >> an informed look on the night's events, a smarter start to your day. mornings on al jazeera america >> welcome back to inside story. i'm ray suarez. when it comes to running a s
Al Jazeera America
Apr 21, 2014 3:00pm EDT
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Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 4:00am EDT
♪ >>> on "america tonight," stepping it up, new clashes raise the anti-for ukraine, russia, and the people caught in the middle. >> on my way to college i see tanks. is it scary? of course it is. >> reporter: and more signals the u.s. is ready to take a stronger hand in resolving the crisis. also tonight the fight against frac-ing, fearing health risks, ground contamination, and falling property values, communities rise up to challenge natural gas drillers, now ruling. >> i pleaded with them to help us; that we were all sick, and no one from this company would even call me back. >>> and batter up, keeping america's youngest athletes running, and headed toward a home run on the diamond and in the game of life. ♪ >>> and good evening. thanks for joining us. i'm joie chen. for every bit to tamp down what looks like a growing crisis in the ukraine, the pressure seem only to ramp up with new explosions and tensions bursting forth. among the latest actions the united states has -- says russian fighter jets flew into ukrainian air space. and the ukrainian government continues to
Al Jazeera America
Apr 26, 2014 5:00am EDT
flies... >> we're paid with our lives... >> dirty power an america tonight special series only on al jazeera america . >> vladimir putin can down play it, but there is no doubt that russia is feeling the jesussed from the sanctions. what sanctions america can use to force the russian president's hand, and the el niÑo weather pattern could effect the world's food supply. we'll look at the business of firearms and believe me business is booming. i'm ali velshi, and this is "real money." >> this is real money. this is the most important part of the show. tweet me ali velshi or on facebook.com/ali velshi. it has been a week of escalating tensions between ukraine and russia, but it took a sunday down grade to break the back of already jittery world markets. a global down turn in stocks crossed the atlantic and hit the dow and s&p 500. the nasdaq took a bigger hit, 1.75%. investors may have reacted badly to the lowered russian bond rating that is now one notch above junk status. visa's stock fell 5%. still standard & poor's decision to down grade russia's credit rating hit like a bolt of
Al Jazeera America
Apr 18, 2014 7:00pm EDT
. i'm tony harris in new york city. "real money" with ali velshi is next on al jazeera america. into the work force and make it -- make the workforce tougher for everyone? >> what we found historically in arizona, ali, is our immigrant workforce are some of the most productive contributing individuals in the entire workforce. people moved here from all over the country. they started small businesses. many of these businesses were compriseof immigrancomprised of. people made great returns in these businesses. the economy was vibrant. this all passed in december of 2007 where arizona passed the toughest employer sanctions law in the nation. this began in december of 2007. we have 150,000 fewer workers in this state than we did back th then. seven years down the road. >> that's great for unemployed workers in arizona right? >> do you think arizona's economy is good in any way, shape or form right now ? here is the problem with that argument. having access to those workers, having those workers contribute to our economy in productive ways creates opportunities for all of us. what w
Al Jazeera America
Apr 1, 2014 12:30pm EDT
the road construction in the area. thanks for watching al jazeera america. i'm del walters in new york. "the stream" is next. and remember, you can check us out 24 hours a day by going to aljazeera.com, where the news never stops. >>> hi, i'm lisa fletcher, and you in the stream. information you may be entitled to is kept secret by the government. mean the man being called a superhero for accessing what they may not want you to see. ♪ . >> you know waj we're talking about the freedom of information act which is law that allows information. >> right. and apparently you need super powers to get some of this information. karen tweets in . . . check it out. who are the faces? who are the names? linda tweets it . . . and a what effect does that have on the public . . . so this matters, lisa. >> it does. and speaking as a journalist, we know it can have a very chilling effect. >> indeed. >> there is a law that says that citizens have the right to access information from the federal government. it's basically designed to seem people in the know about their government. in the wake of 9-
Al Jazeera America
Apr 5, 2014 12:00am EDT
website. america tonight will be seen in one half hour immediately following this special report from fault lines. >> as us forces prepare to pull out of afghanistan after twelve long years, al jazeera's fault lines travelled there. >> the taliban fighters, they're running towards the base now. they're trying to raid the base. >> over several days, we gained extraordinary access to a group of self-proclaimed taliban fighters. >> and the mortars are landing in the areas where we are. >> it was an insight, in part at least, into what the war in afghanistan looks like - from the other side. >> the fighter jet is still in the air circling looking for a target. >> kabul, afghanistan afghan president hamid karzai is currently refusing to sign a treaty that would leave a small nato force in the country. if nothing changes, all foreign soldiers will leave by the end of this year. in secret, karzai has been negotiating with the taliban, in order to avoid a full-blown civil war. since 2005, the taliban has clawed back territory. they now dominate large parts of the country. >> but approximately
Al Jazeera America
Apr 9, 2014 5:30am EDT
's not necessarily a bad thing. i'll tell you why. the graying of our global workforce. i'll tell you where america stands as it's workers get older. why today's tech start ups are taking root in american cities instead of the suburbs. i'm ali velshi, and this is "real money." >> this is real money. you are the most important part of the show. join our live conversation for the next half hour on twitter at ali velshi. forget about the top 1% in america. you might want to focus your attention on the top 1% of the 1%. this is an i will least group with gobs of wealth concentrated in its hands. there are 16,000 american households on that list that earned on average $31 million each in 2012. that's the latest year for which we have data. now none of them made less than $10 million that year and close to one-third of their earnings or 30% were made on gains realized on investmented or capital gains as opposed to wages as most americans earn their money. the top 0.01% have been grabbing a bigger share of the capital gains pie since the late 1990 1990s. now compares the gains made by american investors a
Al Jazeera America
Apr 22, 2014 2:00am EDT
'm kicking off a week-long series on the computer flash traders that are turning america's stock market upside down. also, the text startup that could change television as we know it. i'll look at what the supreme court could rule. plus i'll tell you how america could be energy independent within ten years, but i'll also tell you why it probably won't happen. "real money." ♪ >>> this is "real money." you are the most important part of the show, so tell me what is on your mind by tweeting or go to facebook.com. and starting tonight this show is an hour every weeknight, so fix your dvr and text your friends to tell them you'll be late for dinner. the battle over high freak went trading is spreading and gaining force. the latest was a lawsuit filed by the city in rhode island. defendants include the new york stock exchange nasdaq, jpmorgan chase and banc of america. it claims they provided details of their clients offers to buy or sell stocks to high-speed training firms which then profited at the expense of providence and its investment funds. the suit says the alleged scheme allowed so
Al Jazeera America
Apr 18, 2014 12:00am EDT
the country will be eased. those are the headlines. i'm richelle carey. "america tonight" with joie chen is up next. keep it here. terror on the seas. teenagers on a class trip among the hundreds still missing. south korea's worst ever ferry disaster, and the desperate efforts to save anyone who may have survived. also tonight, burning question. new video of the explosion that levels much of west texas one year ago. and a new question as to why so little has been done to prevent another disaster. >> i would hope that they would take what happened here and regulate to try to save more lives. >> and vulnerable children, warehouse in nursing homes families unable to give them the help they need, and america tonight exclusive investigation, followed the money. >> thank you for joining us. we begin with what seems like echos of a disaster movie. the ship, filled with teenagers on a high school field trip, slowly submerged off the south korean coast. some 36 hours after the first calls for help, at least 25 people are confirmed dead, more than 280 still missing, at least 175 passengers rescued. and
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